UFC commentator Jon Anik tries to justify his praises of Jamahal Hill despite the latter defending Dana White slapping his wife

In the main event of UFC 283, held in Brazil, Jamahal Hill fought Glover Teixeira for the vacant lightweight championship. The new UFC light heavyweight champion, “Sweet Dreams,” decisively defeated Teixeira on the way to the victory.

The 31-year-old was referred to as a superb champion by Jon Anik as Hill broke down in tears from intense emotion. In light of a Twitter user criticising the freshly crowned champion for his position on domestic abuse, Anik has since justified his admiration of Hill.

According to “Sweet Dreams,” Anne White shouldn’t have smacked her husband in the first place after Dana White repeatedly slapped his wife. Many Twitter users criticised Hill’s position, and some of them did so again after he won the title. Posted by @RealFightIsland

“Here is the “classy,” as @Jon Anik described him, new @UFC champion Jamahal Hill saying that you should be able to strike a woman if she strikes you in an altercation you initiated in order to get you off of/away from her. #UFC283″

Jiri Prochazka calls out Jamahal Hill

Jiri Prochazka, a former UFC light heavyweight champion, relinquished the championship in December after being unable to compete in a title defence against Glover Teixeira due to a shoulder ailment.

Teixiera declined to compete against Magomed Ankalaev on short notice, instead Ankalaev went on to face former champion Jan Blachowicz for the championship. The fight between Ankalaev and Blachowicz ended in a relatively underwhelming split draw, leaving the belt open once more.

Most people were shocked to learn that Jamahal Hill will be one side of the UFC 283 main event. However, “Sweet Dreams” continued to silence his critics by winning in the end by a score of 50-44.

Hill got a call right away from Prochazka, who is currently making a full recovery. In a video on Instagram, “Denisa” stated:

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